Luxury Cars

Big Estate Sale: Mostly Fords and Model Trains!

When I see an estate sale involving several cars, I always wonder how they came to be gathered in one location and why. Case-in-point is this group of 21 cars located in a huge garage on a large piece… more»

Biggest Ford Ever! 1960 Lincoln Continental

With a 131-inch wheelbase, the 1958-60 Lincoln Continentals would be the longest cars ever built by Ford Motor Co. (excluding those with 5 mph bumpers). They were tank-like in size and visual impression, designed to give Cadillac and Imperial… more»

Affordable Luxury Survivor: 1989 Jaguar XJ6

UPDATE – The seller has asked us to lower their asking price! If you’d love to give this sweet Jaguar, be sure to contact them via the form below. This 1989 Jaguar XJ6 has only had two owners since… more»

Rare Supercharged 1958 Packard Hawk

Packard automobiles built-in 1957-58 were rebadged Studebakers and would be the last to carry that storied name, which dated to 1899.  One of those cars was the Packard Hawk, a Studebaker Golden Hawk with a “fish mouth” grille. But… more»

Sidelined 43 Years: 1963 Pontiac Grand Prix

In 1963, the Grand Prix was in its second year as Pontiac’s performance-oriented personal luxury car. It replaced the Ventura in that role and had a sporty interior with bucket seats and a center console. This edition hasn’t run… more»

Estate Sale: 1961 Buick Electra 225

The owner of this 1961 Buick Electra 225 recently passed away, so it has been left to his son to sell the vehicle to settle his estate. He says that the car was his father’s pride and joy, which… more»

4×4 Project: 1975 Ford Granada

Ford introduced the Granada in 1975 as an upscale compact car slotted between the Maverick and Torino. Two million examples were produced over two generations through 1982. Whether the Granada or the Bronco came first here, this Granada body… more»

Garage Find: 1948 Lincoln Continental Coupe

  The Lincoln Continental was born of Edsel Ford’s vision for a personal luxury vehicle; in his case, quite personal indeed, since the prototype was ordered as a one-off for Edsel’s use in 1939. Yet this ground-breaking idea came… more»

6,500 Original Miles: 1990 Buick Reatta

The Buick Reatta remains one of the more intriguing options for a modern-day collector car that won’t break the bank, even if its true appeal as a second- or third-car is a bit misunderstood at the moment. Most car… more»

Project Or Parts? 1958 Studebaker Silver Hawk

Affordable project cars will generally involve a trade-off for potential buyers. An owner might offer a classic at a rock-bottom price, but the lower the price, the more work the buyer will generally face to whip that car back… more»

Another California Barn Find! 1958 Cadillac Series 62

And now for another entry from Crusty Cadillacs (and no, this is not the same ’58 that my colleague Ron Denny featured on 7/27). Yesterday, we covered this dilapidated ’62 Caddy Series 62 convertible, and today, it’s a ’58… more»

17k Mile 1966 Oldsmobile 98 Holiday Coupe

I know the term “time-capsule” pops up here on Barn Finds, but how can you not look at the nearly 100 photos of this pristine 55-year-old Oldsmobile 98 and not call it that? I would love to know the… more»

Wild Steering Wheel: 1977 Pontiac Grand Prix SJ 400

With seven days left in the auction, this 1977 Pontiac Grand Prix is for sale here on eBay. The car looks great in the pictures but it is not running at this time. The Grand Prix is located in… more»

Muscle Cat: 1977 Jaguar XJ-S V12 Twin-Turbo

This sinister-looking 1977 Jaguar XJ-S is a vehicle of legend. Its existence is in part due to a secret horsepower war between two of Australia’s media titans. This car went perilously close to being lost forever due to a… more»

Warranty Included! 1984 Cadillac Seville

This 1984 Cadillac Seville is claimed to be one of the nicest examples left, to the point that the seller is willing to warranty everything on the car save for the engine. Now, we all know promises like these… more»

30-Year Barn Find: 1962 Cadillac Series 62

The Series 62 would continue to dominate Cadillac production going into the 1960s.  More than 88% of all Cadillacs that were built in 1962 came from that series, including the seller’s car. The only difference between the 62’s and… more»